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Breakfast at Tiffany's [Blu-ray]

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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 163 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B005CGI3SI
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #59,548 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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A young New York writer sponsored by a wealthy woman falls in love with the charming, impulsive and eccentric call girl that lives n ext door. Based on a story by Truman Capote. The winner of 2 Academy Awards including Best Song.

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THE iconic Audrey Hepburn role. No one who is even remotely a fan can be without this one. The studio has done an amazing job with this movie. It looks like it was filmed yesterday, not over 50 years ago. Everything is sharp as a tack and the colour is wonderful. Not a mark, speckle, or blemish to be seen. The sound has also be remixed in 5.1. Although not as startling an improvement as the picture, it is still a step up, especially with the wonderful Mancini music. The only drawback to the picture is the portrayal by Mickey Rooney of the upstairs JAPANESE neighbour. Seems very out of place by the standards of today, but this was 1961 and this was not uncommon for Hollywood back then. (Even Katharine Hepburn and John Wayne played Chinese roles in different movies!)
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I would recommend this movie to anyone who has suffered through the video cassette or early dvd version. The restoration
looks perfect and it was a treat to see what New York City looked like in the early 1960's.
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Format: DVD
Because of the fact that I'm only 17 years old, I just got around to watching this movie. I'd always heard about it but I never knew what it was about. And, to be quite honest, I didn't even think about watching it because I thought it was in black and white! (Eh, I didn't know when it was made!)
My dad made me watch it this past weekend and I fell in love with it! Unlike most romantic comedies made today, both main characters are broke. It doesn't follow the mold of: poor/average girl falls for rich guy blah blah blah or the other way around. It was funny (Mickey Rooney's character was HILARIOUS!) and sad (when Holly finds out about Fred) and sappy (the last 20 minutes) all at the same time.
This movie is great for anyone, whether you saw it the first time around or you're a "late viewer" like me.
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Format: Blu-ray
Breakfast At Tiffany’s – 50th Anniversary Edition [1961] [Blu-ray] [UK Release] I’M CRAZY ABOUT TIFFANY’S . . . NOTHING VERY BAD COULD HAPPEN HERE!

For the first time ever, this meticulously restored screen gem, is now available on Blu-ray. Holly Golightly [AUDREY HEPBURN] delights audiences as the carefree ingénue searching Manhatten for a dream millionaire to marry. [GEORGE PEPPARD] plays the struggling, “sponsored” young writer who gets swept away in Holly’s chaotic-yet-enchanting lifestyle. Directed by Blake Edwards [‘The Pink Panther’ and ‘Victor/Victoria’]. This two-time Oscar® winning film features Henry Mancini and Johnny Mercer's haunting Oscar® winning song ‘Moon River.’ It won in 1961: Best Music Score of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture and also won in 1961: Winner of best Music Song. It is loosely based on the novella of the same name by Truman Capote.

Cast: Audrey Hepburn, George Peppard, Patricia Neal, Buddy Ebsen, Martin Balsam, José Luis de Vilallonga, John McGiver, Alan Reed, Dorothy Whitney, Beverly Powers, Stanley Adams, Claude Stroud, Elvia Allman, Mickey Rooney, Mel Blanc, Alfred Avallone, Henry Beckman, Bill Bradley and Orangey [Cat]

Director: Blake Edwards

Producers: Martin Jurow and Richard Shepherd

Screenplay: George Axelrod

Composer: Henry Mancini

Cinematography: Franz Planer and Philip H. Lathrop (uncredited)

Resolution: 1080p [Technicolor]

Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1 [Anamorphic]

Audio: English: 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio, English: Restored Mono, French: 1.0 Mono, German; 1.0 Mono, Italian: 1.0 Mono, Spanish: 1.
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By EA Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on Jan. 10 2009
Format: DVD
Audrey Hepburn had a lot of memorable, glamorous roles as highly individual, sensitive young women.

But her most iconic turn was as Holly Golightly, a frivolous young woman with a highly sensitive core. Hepburn is a ball of shimmering charm here, whether she's setting hats on fire or chasing nameless cats through the rain, and she's able to shine brightly enough to obscure a few flaws (such as Mickey Rooney). The other actors do serviceable jobs, but she's undeniablythe star.

"Breakfast at Tiffany's" is a daily ritual for Holly Golightly (Hepburn), a social butterfly who hosts parties, entertains drunken men for their fifty-dollartips, and dreams of owning a horse farm in Mexico with her brother. When kept-man Paul Varjak (George Peppard) moves into a neighboring apartment -- courtesy of his rich patroness -- he is instantly enchanted by the ditzy, sweet-natured Holly.

But for all Holly's fun, Paul starts to realize that all is not well with her. She's desperate to marry a spectacularly wealthy man, parties with wild crowds, visits a notorious gangster in jail, and hides that she was an illiterate teen bride to a hick doctor. As Holly's life starts to deteriorate, Paul sets out to show her what her life will be like without real love.

Reportedly Truman Capote wasn't happy with the movie version of "Breakfast At Tiffany's" -- they changed the ending from his short story's, and he didn't like Hepburn as Holly Golightley. But this is one case where the movie's quality is not reflected by what the author thought of it -- taken on its own merits, it's a fine chocolate with a bittersweet center.

Much of the movie is devoted to the friendship (and unspoken attraction) between Holly and Paul, and how it disrupts their comfortable shallow lives.
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